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- CBS Sports
- The Super Bowl will be held on Sunday, February 3, 2019 at 6:30 PM.
- Tom Brady and the New England Patriots dynasty will face off in their fourth Super Bowl of the past five years against Sean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams.
- The game is being televised by CBS, but if you’ve already cut the cord and are worried about how you’ll be able to tune in, don’t fret. The game will be available on subscription services like CBS All Access, YouTube TV, and Hulu with Live TV, but is also being streamed for free on CBS Sports’ website without any cable authentication.
- You can download the CBSSports app to stream the game for free directly onto your television via Roku, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV and Google Chromecast devices.
The Super Bowl is one of the best days of the year in sports because there is something for everyone.
At the top of the totem pole are fans of the playing teams. Personally, I am a Detroit Lions fan, so I am not exactly sure what that feels like, but I could imagine it is pretty awesome to watch your team compete on the biggest stage in the entire world. Next is the casual NFL or sports fan that enjoys the storylines within the game, and this year’s matchup is chock-full of fascinating story lines between the players, coaches, and franchises involved. After that group are the people who love the camaraderie of the event, like the commercials and halftime show, which have developed into their own subculture. Finally, there is the group of individuals who are completely uninterested in what is happening on the television screen, and are instead focused on making sure they get their fair share of the vat of guacamole and buffalo wings in the kitchen.
- Los Angeles Rams
Make sure you don’t miss out on the festivities on February 3 by securing how, exactly, you are going to live-stream the big game. If you’ve already signed up for streaming services like CBS All Access, Hulu with Live TV, and YouTube TV, you can find the game there.
Additionally, because it is such a major worldwide event, CBSSports will be streaming the game for free online, as well as within their different TV apps. There are several different options to get the CBSSports Super Bowl live stream onto your television. The network’s app is available on Roku, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV and Google Chromecast devices, making it easier than ever to find a way to watch.
- New England Patriots
This game could be a huge turning point for the league at large. Is it the last leg of the New England Patriot’s awe-inspiring dynasty? Is it the start of a new dynasty in Los Angeles under 33-year old head coaching wizard Sean McVay and 2016 number one overall pick Jared Goff? Will Tom Brady finally reveal himself as a deity sent down to earth to zip footballs into the arms of his teammates? All will be answered on February 3, so make sure you figure out how to employ one of the methods listed above to access the Super Bowl live stream.